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Lot Number: 208
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October 5, 1778 Virginia Large Format $100 Denomination

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Treasury of Virginia. October 5, 1778. One Hundred Spanish Milled Dollars. Large Format Size. PMG graded Very Fine 25.

Fr. VA-163. The current edition of Newman lists a significant high value in Fine grade on this One Hundred Spanish Milled Dollars, being the highest denomination on this Revolutionary War issue. This example has deep black bold print and is very well centered within nice margins and sharp crisp text. The signatures of Jonathan Boush and Edward Archer and the serial number are written in rich brown ink. This note is very clean and lightly circulated. The holder is Net graded noting repaired, having some sealed central and outer edge splits. Its indent margin side at left is very large, showing most of the decorative design detail and the blank reverse is clean. This note is payable in “Spanish Milled Dollars, or the Value thereof in Gold or Silver.”
Lot Number: 208
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